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  • New Year Brings Chance to Learn New Skills with Wildlife Trust in Walsall

    Thursday 10th January, 2013

    Poster for Salisbury Primary School

    People in Darlaston and Moxley will have the chance to learn new skills that could help in greening the area and getting more people engaged with wildlife later this month.

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  • The Wildlife Trusts Publish Annual Review

    Wednesday 2nd January, 2013

    Read all about the highlights of the 100th year of The Wildlife Trusts in the annual review.

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  • Vice President Receives Christopher Cadbury Medal

    Thursday 20th December, 2012

    Professor Trueman on the tow-path in Selly Oak

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country are delighted that Professor Ian Trueman, our Vice President and a prominent botanist, has received The Wildlife Trusts’ Christopher Cadbury medal for his services to nature conservation.

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  • Bitter Disappointment at Marine Conservation Zones Consultation Published Today

    Thursday 13th December, 2012

    Long Spined Sea Scorpion

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country responds to Defra's announcement on Marine Conservation Zones.

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  • Visitors to Moseley Bog Get a Dramatic New Welcome

    Tuesday 20th November, 2012

    Nature reserve gets an entrance worthy of such a special site.

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  • Volunteer Week Makes a Big Impression

    Thursday 8th November, 2012

    Volunteers having a talk about tools at Eco Park

    This week three sites in Birmingham and the Black Country have been transformed through the efforts of volunteers from Mace Group helping to prepare them for winter and improve habitats for increased biodiversity.

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  • Mace’s green pledge launches with 50 Birmingham employees out for Wildlife

    Friday 2nd November, 2012

    The Redeveloped New Street Station

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country this week welcomes 50 Mace employees to sites across the area to help clean up and improve natural habitats.

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  • Action for Ash

    Friday 26th October, 2012

    Ancient Ash at Park Hall

    A local and national look at the situation regarding Ash dieback disease and what we are doing about it.

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  • Government Must Listen to MPs and Abandon Badger Cull

    Friday 26th October, 2012

    photo of a badger by Neil Aldridge

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country urges the Government to listen to Parliament after MPs backed a motion calling on the Government to abandon its planned badger cull.

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  • Reaction to the Delay of the Badger Cull

    Tuesday 23rd October, 2012

    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country welcomes the extra time to implement a lasting solution to the issue of Bovine Tuberculosis (BTb) due to the postponement of the cull.

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